Hung Judge: Sin in the Southern Courtroom
Korean English. YouTube in Korean. SBS Drama. Retrieved 6 January The Korea Herald. Retrieved 27 November Drama Fever. The Korea Times. Retrieved 24 December Kpop Herald. Archived from the original on 28 November Vulcan Post. Categories : Seoul Broadcasting System television dramas South Korean television series debuts South Korean television series endings Korean-language television programs s South Korean television series South Korean legal television series South Korean thriller television series Television series by Logos Film.
Hidden categories: CS1 Korean-language sources ko Use dmy dates from April Articles containing Korean-language text Articles with hAudio microformats Album infoboxes lacking a cover All articles with links needing disambiguation Articles with links needing disambiguation from June Articles with Korean-language external links HanCinema drama ID same as Wikidata. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Emma Rose. My Mystery Lover. Logan Lee. Riding Fast Part 3 in the Ride Hard series. Right This Time. Ellie Davis. Riding Hard Part 2 in the Ride Hard series.
Shower Head For Three. Dixon Cox. Her Sexual Challenge. Bred by the Boss impregnation, babysitter, older man. Arwen Rich. Slide Into Desire. Vincent Diamond. Great Encounters. Carine Johnston. Sylvia G. Dominated By The Wild. Suzi Gorse. Erotica: Jessica's Dirty Secret. Ashley Bing. A Lusty Remedy. June Kelly. Don't tell the boss. Michelle Red. Kerry Waters. Strict Discipline. Mistress Daria. Learning the Hard way. Regina Monroe. The Figures. Nova Chalmers. Pirate's Captive. Emily Dickinson. Unfortunately for anyone who rents his house, the judge still likes to hang people.
The revised version, Mr.
- La voz pública de las mujeres: Contra la (Spanish Edition).
- Hanging Judge.
- Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds - Wikipedia.
Justice Harbottle, functions as a Start of Darkness. Le Fanu's Mr. Justice Harbottle features a particularly corrupt hanging judge who is punished supernaturally.
His favorite pastime is sentencing people to death; he makes the procedure so quick that he doesn't even say the required "In the name of His Majesty you are condemned to death by hanging" just "I condemn you". The Dresden Files - According to Harry, The Merlin tends to act as one over trials of lawbreakers of magic with a strong implication that a good chunk of the offenders could be rehabilitated with a proper mentor. But again, Harry isn't exactly the most unbiased source when it comes to The Merlin's actions In The Merlin's eyes, nobody can be rehabilitated. Considering most people on the Council view Harry as a walking Time Bomb, the Merlin's not the only one who thinks that, so there are very few people willing to take on a warlock and rehabilitate them.
In Council trials, the accused is not allowed to speak, and the final verdict is usually based on a soul-gaze given by the Merlin himself. We know of three people to escape the death penalty after being found guilty of using black magic: Harry's mother , Harry, and Molly. The first two were taken in and trained by Ebenezer, and Harry claimed responsibility for Molly.
Harry's the only one to date for whom rehabilitation has worked. Only time will tell for Molly, but she did relapse a bit in Turn Coat. From Harry Potter , Bartemius Crouch, Senior was the head of magical law enforcement during the time when Voldemort fell from power, and gave those under him the power to kill, rather then capture, fleeing Death Eaters. Typically, they were sent to prison without trial, but those that were lucky enough to receive them would find Crouch the definition of a Hanging Judge, holding no sympathy whatsoever for those accused or any belief that they might be innocent.
Fortunately, the jury involved in these trials were typically more level-headed. This all came back to bite Crouch when his son was captured with a group of Death Eaters, and put on trial with them.
Crouch was just as unsympathetic and condemnatory to Junior as he was to everyone else who came before him, and his cold demeanor toward his own son lost him his standing with the Wizarding public, which cost him his potential bid for Minister of Magic. Though Junior really was a Death Eater and just trying to avoid Azkaban so he could find a way to restore Voldemort to power.
Crouch's wife ultimately convinces him to smuggle his son out of Azkaban despite his public condemnation of him, which ends poorly for Crouch. Cornelius Fudge has a brief go at this during Harry's trial. He attempts to raise a charge for use of underage magic into a violation of The Masquerade which it wasn't , barely lets Harry get a word in edgewise, dredges up charges from years prior that he himself dropped, and flat-out ignores witness testimony.
However, Dumbledore manages to assemble a pretty ironclad defense case Harry was using magic to protect himself and his cousin , in the process making Fudge look like a raving idiot. The jury is far less biased, and most of them just seemed impressed by the fact that Harry managed to use such a powerful spell. In Catch , Clevinger faces one of these when he's brought before a Kangaroo Court on trumped up charges.
When Clevinger tries to protest that punishing him would be a violation of justice, the judge goes into a full blown rant. That's what Karl Marx is. I'll tell you what justice is. Justice is a knee in the gut from the floor on the chin at night sneaky with a knife brought up down on the magazine of a battleship sandbagged underhanded in the dark without a word of warning. That's what justice is when we've all got to be tough enough and rough enough to fight Billy Petrolle. From the hip. Get it? Live-Action TV. His 'courtroom' is ironically modeled on the Kangaroo Courts of the early 21st century, when atomic war had reduced Earth to a Mad Max dystopia.
Q : Soldiers, you will press those triggers if this criminal answers with any word other than 'guilty'. It's hardly worth coming in in the morning. Now, South Africa? You've got your cat of nine tails, you've got four death sentences a week, you've got cheap drinks, slave labour and a booming stock market.
I'm off, I tell you. Yes, I'm up to here with probation and bleeding psychiatric reports. That's it, I'm off. That's it. But I'm going to have one final fling before I leave, so I sentence you to be burnt at the stake. Redding: I believe every man deserves a fair trail Country artist Vicki Lawrence's "The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia" is about a man executed by a hanging judge after being wrongly accused of killing his cheating wife and her lover.
Smashwords – Hung Judge: Sin in the Southern Courtroom – a book by Carla Kane
His sister, the narrator, was the one who killed them both. It includes the lyric " They are probably not the only ones. He has a model gallows and guillotine on his bench, and his name placard actually reads "Julius Hangman. Gallerian Marlon from the Evillious Chronicles is one of these if the defendant can't pay up, showcased in his song "Judgement of Corruption. She doesn't even offer her victims the chance to bribe their way free.
He forces the citizens to continually re-elect him at gunpoint.
Göz önünde bulundurulacak daha fazla başlık
Newspaper Comics. Judge Horatio Curmudgeon Frump from the Tumbleweeds comic strip, who hangs a noose from his bonsai tree. Playboy cartoonist Brian Savage did quite a few with a judge who would look at a clock showing it's and sentence someone to "Oh, four and a half years". In another the judge is shown firing a full clip of bullets into the defendant while a baliff comments "He's never had a ruling overturned.
Hung Judge: Sin in the Southern Courtroom
Dutch Mantel when he was judge of wrestler's court would always rule against the prosecuted. One of his favorite targets was one Mean Mark Callous In this role, he would walk to the ring and randomly declare some Jobber "guilty" and have Sid Squash the poor guy. Bailiff: Right, sir!
- The Wall (The Woodlands Series Book 2).
- Me Squared?
- Trial of Galileo?
Magistrate: Good! Just run across the road and get some good, strong rope. Elite Agent French Fries in Dino Attack RPG is a man who should be kept as far away from any courtroom as possible, considering he is a man who will have the defendants executed based on incredibly weak evidence and Insane Troll Logic. Incidentally, French Fries's court case was inspired by the aforementioned Blackadder example. The difference, however is that while General Melchett had a valid reason to be mad at Blackadder he did shoot his prized pigeon after all, though it can't be denied that he was overreacting , French Fries has no real grudge on the defendants; he genuinely believes them to be deserving of death by firing squad.
Tabletop Games. As the page quote indicates, more than a few Inquisitors in Warhammer 40, are like this, though they're more Burning Judge than Hanging Other Inquisitors use a slightly different motto: "There is no such thing as innocence, only degrees of guilt. Konrad Curze, the Primarch of the Night Lords, was a Vigilante Man who acted as judge, jury, and executioner on his homeworld of Nostramo. Though he was more of Flaying Judge than Hanging They even recycled the "Judgement of God" Trial by Combat by making the defendant fight an unarmored Grey Knight God -Emperor is busy keeping the galaxy running.
If the defendant is killed, he was obviously a heretic. If the defendant wins, he was obviously aided by Chaos, and is executed as befits an obvious heretic. A handful of monsters called the Hanging Judges, which repeat all the sins you've ever committed as they hunt you down. The worst sin? Being Texan - Texans killed them in life due to their being crooked judges who got together as Hanging Judges, killing people over trumped up charges so they could steal all their wealth and land.
In fact, the second bestiary actually gives statistics for the original five Hangin' Judges, much tougher than the version in the core rules, delegating the original set of stats as belonging to a "lesser Hangin' Judge" that could be created by them. As a bonus, his flavor text was a direct reference to Judge Death see above.
The background for Magic: The Gathering 's Ravnica setting has an even worse possibility: the courtroom is someone else 's personal fiefdom generally the Orzhov , or the Dimir, the guild that doesn't exist. But in his courtroom he was only a spectator, watching his hand deliver the sign of death. Danforth in The Crucible. Lord Angelo in Shakespeare's Measure for Measure starts executing 'fornicators' at first offense: not very nice, even before he tries to blackmail their sisters into having sex with him. He's still far from sympathetic. Video Games.
In Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney , you are thrown into a Kangaroo Court where everybody but you -that is, Judge, prosecutor or rather, Inquisitor and audience- wants your client to be thrown into a pit of fire. Unlike in the main series, the prosecutor won't make the witnesses tell lies to incriminate the defendant- they'll gladly do it on their own will if that means getting your client to feed the flames.
In Batman: Arkham City , Two-Face puts on a mock trial to rally his troops and gain their support by sentencing Catwoman to death. Fortunately, his courtroom is adjourned when Batman shows up. King Minos from Dante's Inferno is the judge of souls in Hell. Does anything more really need to be said? Aside from not wanting your liberals put on trial by these guys, they're pretty dangerous in direct combat as they can talk your members into submission. Grindstump from Tales of Monkey Island once he catches the pox. Still, apart from his uncontrollable shouting, he's fairly reasonable for being a bloodthirsty voodoo-pox-stricken pirate judge presiding over a court filled with an equally bloodthirsty, pox-stricken audience of pirates.
Even with the pox, he's quite a different character outside the courtroom, not the least bit concerned when you escape from jail during recess.